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Band also released acoustic version of 'Hurricane (Reimagined)'

Fusing three signature styles and spirits on one boundary-breaking anthem, ILLENIUM and Excision reunite to unleash a new single entitled “Feel Something” featuring I Prevail. This marks the first time the Michigan-based band has featured on a dance track.

I PREVAIL ARE: Brian Burkheiser [clean vocals]; Eric Vanlerberghe [harsh vocals]; Steve Menoian [lead guitar]; and Dylan Bowman [rhythm guitar].

ILLENIUM and Excision teased “Feel Something” without a title during a career-first back-to-back set at Lost Lands 2019. 

After generating nearly 200 million total streams on last year’s sophomore blockbuster Trauma and landing on the pages of Variety and beyond, rock juggernaut I Prevail received nominations for two GRAMMY Awards in 2020 — in the categories of “Best Rock Album” for Trauma and for “Best Metal Performance” for “Bow Down.”

I Prevail’s latest single “Hurricane” just landed at No. 1 on the Billboard Rock Chart. It’s the first chart-topping single of the band’s career. The acoustic version, dubbed “Hurricane (Reimagined),” is below.

It has been a banner year for I Prevail since the March 2019 release of Trauma, and the band’s story hits as hard as the music. They took a mental health breakdown, turned it into a powerful body of work, and made an audience connection online and I.R.L. These numbers—200 million streams and 100 million views and a Top 15 debut on the Billboard Top 200—remain unprecedented for rock acts. Trauma continues to leave a mark upon all who hear it and in many forms.

The gold-certified Denver-based artist Nick Miller—known professionally as ILLENIUM—continues a tradition of seamless genre alchemy. Augmented with cybernetic dubstep drops from Excision, the track pushes and pulls between moments of dancefloor bliss and mosh pit-splitting grooves. GRAMMY® Award-nominated platinum rock band I Prevail anchor this ebb and flow with hypnotic guitars and an infectious chant from singer Brian Burkheiser who screams, “I just wanna feel something.” As it reflects their respective sounds, “Feel Something” also represents new territory for this trio of talents. 

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